Studies like this one from Stanford University show that people that meet online are as likely to behave the same way in a relationship regardless of whether they met online or at work for instance.
"This is a natural progression for Boundless as we provide relationship advice and encouragement to singles worldwide," Lisa Anderson, director of young adults at Focus on the Family, said.
Before we wrote the profile, I asked her to send me her four best pictures. Keep in mind that every man has different taste in women, so what is “hot” to one man will be totally different than what is “hot” to another.
I asked her to do this because men are as visual as Scooby Doo on steroids. So I explained this to my client, and I asked her to send me her four best photos — pictures that represent who she is in her life.
Some might argue (and some studies will support the view) that online dating has ruined relationships. A ‘grass is greener’ mentality has turned some into perpetual serial daters searching for perfection. However, contrary to the rather depressing view expressed by Nancy Sales in her Vanity Fair article ‘Tinder and the dawn of the dating apocalypse', not all daters are looking for casual flings.
In fact, research shows that online dating has shown that relationships that begin online fare better in fact, than their ‘real world’ counterparts.
"With this alliance we are providing members of our audience with another avenue for meeting, marrying and starting a God-honoring family in a way that's culturally relevant yet still biblical and intentional." "Working with Boundless as its exclusive Christian dating partner is a great honor and privilege," Sam Moorcroft, president of Christian Cafe.com, said.